I run XEN 2 since
some month (unfortunatly installed by a fiend of mine). Recently I bought some
new hardware and tried to get XEN 3 running on a Debian Sarge
I installed via the
Debian installer a RAID 1 with LVM. even though there are some devfs_mk_dir
errors systems comes up.
Now I installed XEN
but system doe not boot as the boot device seems not to be recocnized by the
kernel. I found the message already dealt with in some
Root-NFS: No NFS server available, giving
VFS: Unable to mount root fs via NFS, trying floopy.
VFS: Insert root
floopy and press ENTER
So I nw know that I
have to recompile the XEN kernel according to my system.
I never kompiled a
kernel before - so is there maybe a way to keep my Debian confirguration that is
working and just add this to the XEN stuff?
devfs_mk-dir issue I found the solution to upgrade to kernel 2.6.13 or above. Is
it corrct tat XEN 3 is still using 2.6.12 and as I have to recompile the kernel
in any case - how can I do this with the latest stable version
Any help woudl be
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